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Colombian goalkeeper breaks Roger Milla's age record

Colombia goalkeeper Faryd Camilo Mondragon Ali became the oldest player in Fifa World Cup history after appearing in a 4-1 win over the Blue Samurai (Japan’s National football team) aged 43.
Mondragon celebrated his birthday three days before the match and came on for David Ospina after 86 minutes with his side 3-1 up.
It was his first competitive appearance for his country since 2005.
Cameroon’s Roger Milla was the previous oldest player at a World Cup, appearing at the 1994 tournament aged 42.
 

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